Poetry in Motion Schools 2017/18

The two winners (group and individual) of the Seamus Heaney Award for Achievement 2018 were Dr Ross Thompson’s Year 11 class from Victoria College Belfast and Rhiannon Reilly from St Catherine’s College in Armagh. Listen to Rhiannon’s winning poem ‘Visiting Hours’ below.

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Copyright information: All poems (audio and text) are copright of their respective authors. If you wish to use any part, you must get permission via CAP or the author (via the respective school).

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Thanks to our principal funder the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Belfast City Council, Halifax Foundation, Santander Foundation and Enkalon Foundation.

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